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The Bank of Japan kept its interest rate unchanged at 0-0.10% and made no changes to its 55 trillion yen quantitative easing program. The Bank said: "The pick-up in Japan's economic activity has paused, mainly due to the effects of a slowdown in overseas economies and of the appreciation of the yen. As for domestic demand, business fixed investment has been on a moderate increasing trend and private consumption has remained firm. On the other hand, exports and production have remained more or less flat, due in part to the effects of the slowdown in overseas economies and of the yen's appreciation as well as of the flooding in Thailand. Improvement in business sentiment has slowed on the whole despite steady improvement in domestic demand-oriented sectors."
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The Bank al-Maghrib of Morocco kept its main policy rate steady at 3.25%. The Bank said: "In this context where the central inflation forecast is permanently consistent with the price stability objective and the balance of risks is tilted to the downside, in conjunction with international developments, the Board decided to keep the key rate unchanged at 3.25 percent."
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The Magyar Nemzeti Bank hiked its central bank base rate by another 50 basis points to 7.00% from 6.50%. The Bank said: "The Monetary Council decided to raise the base rate by 50 basis points in view of increased perceptions of the risks associated with the economy and upside risks to inflation. If risk perceptions and the outlook for inflation deteriorate significantly further, it may prove necessary to raise interest rates again."
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